The Varaha Temple at Khajuraho enshrines a colossal monolithic image of Varaha, the boar incarnation of Lord Vishnu. This temple depicts Varaha as a simply animal form. The temple is placed in the Western Group of Temple Complex Khajuraho Group of Monuments, a World Heritage Site inscribed by means of UNESCO in 1986 in Khajuraho. Khajuraho is a small village in Chattarpur District of Madhya Pradesh, India. Varaha is the 1/3 Avatar of the Lord Vishnu, inside the shape of a Varaha. Varaha is depicted in art as both simply animal or as being anthropomorphic, having a boar's head on a man's body.
In the latter form he has four arms, of which keep the wheel and conch-shell at the same time as the opposite two keep a mace, sword or lotus or make a gesture of blessing. The Earth is held among the boar's tusks. The Varaha Temple shape is one of the monuments amongst Khajuraho Group of Monuments, a World Heritage Site in India. It is dated to 900–925 AD. Inside the temple complicated, Varaha Temple is placed subsequent to Lakshmi Temple and contrary to Lakshman Temple.